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A Tale of Two Cities


Published November 15, 2006




Date 2006-11-15
Source Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Run time 14:59:35


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Reviewer: amsurb - - January 2, 2013
Subject: Great Book!
This is a great book and well read by the readers, but the use of multiple readers within the same book is not to my taste.
Reviewer: grunge619 - - November 22, 2012
Subject: excellent
I am a cleaner and to get me through my boring shift I listen to Libravox stories.One of my favourites is "Tale of two cities" i love sidney Carton and his sacrifice to save the family.
Reviewer: ListeninginChicago - - July 24, 2009
Subject: Well done reading of Dickens
This Dickens classic is read by a wide variety of talented Librivox volunteers. Overall, the reading is very well done and they bring the book to life. When I read to myself, I tend to read quickly and skip. But being read to is a whole other experience - the depth of description and character development that Dickens builds into his novels shines through. Well worth the 15 hour commitment to hear the entire book.
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